Delta Heritage Trail State Park
|Delta Heritage State Park|
|Arkansas state park|
|Named for: Arkansas Delta|
|Counties||Arkansas, Desha, Phillips|
|Location||Park Office |
|Area||960 acres (388 ha) |
|Dedicated||October 25, 2002 |
|Management||Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism|
|Website: Delta Heritage Trail State Park|
Delta Heritage Trail State Park is a 960-acre (390 ha) Arkansas state park in Arkansas, Desha, and Phillips counties, Arkansas in the United States. A rails to trails conversion planned along 73 miles (117 km) of abandoned Union Pacific right of way, the Delta Heritage Trail currently runs 14 miles (23 km) from Lexa to Barton. Acquisition of the abandoned corridor was aided by the National Trails System Act, and the beginnings of the trail through Delta lowlands was dedicated in 2002.
- "Delta Heritage Trail State Park" (PDF). Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism. Retrieved March 2014. Check date values in:
- Staffs of the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism and the Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture (December 11, 2011). "Delta Heritage Trail State Park". The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture. The Central Arkansas Library System. Retrieved March 9, 2012.